Swiss+Tech ST53100 Micro-Max 19-in-1 Key Ring Multi-Function Pocket Tool

November 18, 2013 - Comment

The Swiss+Tech Micro-Max 19-in-1 multitool is designed to fit on your key ring, and comes equipped with the following tools: six screwdrivers, two hex wrenches, pliers, wire cutter, wire stripper, wire crimper, hand drill, file, bottle opener, two rulers (mm and inch), and two ruler extensions. It also features a patented quick-release and self-locking mechanism

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The Swiss+Tech Micro-Max 19-in-1 multitool is designed to fit on your key ring, and comes equipped with the following tools: six screwdrivers, two hex wrenches, pliers, wire cutter, wire stripper, wire crimper, hand drill, file, bottle opener, two rulers (mm and inch), and two ruler extensions. It also features a patented quick-release and self-locking mechanism for safe, easy use. The Swiss+Tech 19-in-1 offers the most comprehensive and versatile set of tools to date. Its patent pending design provides 24/7 pocket-sized readiness, allowing you to tighten, loosen, wire, drill, file, open and measure with ease. For key ring, purse, glove box and more.

Swiss+Tech represents a quantum leap in the art of micro-tool making. They’re compact, easily transportable tools that combine craftsmanship and innovation to create a new category of patented consumer products–Key Ring Tools.

Product Features

  • 2 hex wrenches (1/4″, 7/16″), 6 screwdrivers (#0,1,2 flat, #0,1,2 Phillips)
  • Pliers, bottle opener, wire cutter and stripper, wire crimper
  • Hand drill, file, 2 rulers (mm and inch), 2 ruler extensions (mm and inch)
  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • This keychain multi-tool makes a great gift

Comments

Arnold F. Williams "Thoughts Online Magazine" says:

Pocket tool kit There are times to carry a leatherman tool on your belt, and there are times when you shouldn’t. Those are the times when this light, well-made tool can be extremely helpful. I’ve used it to tighten glasses, make holes in a belt, undo and tighten screws and nuts, and open bottles of beer. On that last, if you can’t solve the puzzle of where the opener is, you’ve had too many.

Phillip says:

Excellent in theory. Not so much in practice. I bought one of these off ThinkGeek about 3 years ago. I really liked it, especially the weight. I like having something big on my key ring, so I can feel the weight and know I have my keys. It made a first rate key chain, not so much as a tool. I thought having all the functions would increase its utility, but it actually hampered it considerably. And I’ll tell you why: Its flimsy. Because SwissTech had to fit all the tools on a single small piece, each tool, and more importantly each bearing, is extremely thin: A few millimeters I’d say. Because of this, there is not enough friction in the bearing to keep it steady. When you unfold it to use the drill bit or screw heads, the tool swivels very easily on that particular bearing. The result it you can’t keep your hand steady enough to get adequate leverage. The same problem occurs when using the tool as a pliers: The hinges swivel. Another problem caused by the small size is rigidity: The smaller tools have next to none. When I…

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